Rizzoli Bookstore will open its doors before store hours exclusively for ICAA members and guests to host a discussion with renowned architect, Michael G. Imber. Michael will speak about the book Americans in Florence and how America, especially New England and New York, found Tuscany to be the embodiment of history and humanity, essential to the development of “Yankee Taste” in the burgeoning years following America’s Civil War. Please join us for a light breakfast before the lecture.
New York/Los Angeles, Photographs: 1967-2015 is a remarkable collection of compelling images of life in two of America’s most exciting cities, as seen through the eye of photographer Lloyd Ziff.
This two volume book set encompasses more than 40 years of black/white and color photography. As both cities change before Ziff’s inquiring camera lens, his unique vision emerges, amused and ironic, finding beauty and surprise in daily urban life.
Please join us for a conversation with Sir Harold Evans and photographer Lloyd Ziff to celebrate the publication of New York/Los Angeles, Photographs: 1967-2015. The discussion will be followed by a book signing.
Sir Harold Evans is Editor at Large of Thomson Reuters, the world’s largest international multimedia news provider. Evans was the editor of *The Sunday Times* of London from 1967 to 1981, and editor of *The Times* from 1981 to 1982. He is the author of Pictures on a Page, a Hood medalist of the Royal Society of Photography and the holder of a Lifetime Achievement Award (1999) from the International Center of Photography. His latest book is a memoir, My Paper Chase.
Since 2000, Lloyd Ziff has made photography the focus of his career. He has had one man shows at Danziger Gallery in New York, and Earl McGrath Gallery in Los Angeles. His photographs have been included in Patti Smith’s autobiography, Just Kids, and The Spirit of Family, by Al and Tipper Gore and have appeared in The New York Times Magazine, Blind Spot, Interview, Kid’s Wear (Germany), New York, and Rolling Stone. Ziff’s work is also part of the permanent collections of The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The Palm Springs Art Museum, and The International Center of Photography. In 1999, he was elected to the Board of Trustees of Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York, his alma mater.
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Join us for a very special evening with photographer Marisa Scheinfeld and comedian Freddie Roman to celebrate the publication of The Borscht Belt: Revisiting the Remains of America's Jewish Vacationland.
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Please join photographer Landon Nordeman and Stella Bugbee, Editorial Director of The Cut, New York Magazine as they discuss Nordeman’s bold & quirky images, made behind the scenes at Fashion Week and collected in Out of Fashion.
Shooting hundreds of shows backstage in New York, Milan and Paris, Nordeman brings a fresh, joyous and bold perspective to contemporary photography. In the over-photographed digital culture of fashion today, Nordeman’s approach cuts through the clutter. He sees photographs where most people don’t, and he has gained an enormous following on Instagram for his surprising images, filled with vivid color, complex gestures and funny juxtapositions. Finding the enduring in the ephemeral, Nordeman blurs the line between reality and fiction, document and art, and shows the exclusive world of fashion to itself and to us as never before. Click here to see the book.